Let's Dance! On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we have music written specifically for dance. We hear Astor Piazzolla’s tango “Oblivion”, William Grant Still’s “Incantation and Dance”, Manuel de Falla’s “Ritual Fire Dance”, and more, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Hungarian Dance #5 Johannes Brahms; arr. Longfield, R Washington Winds, Edward Petersen Incantation and Dance William Grant Still Videmus (Jean DeMart, flute; Vivian Taylor, piano) Ritual Fire Dance Manuel de Falla, arr. Fred Kepner US Air Force Band, Colonel A. Phillip Waite Oblivion Astor Piazzolla Imani Winds Liturgical Dances David R. Holsinger USAF Strategic Air Command Band, Alan Bonner The Foxhunter Jig traditional Empire Brass Quintet; Donald Lindsay, parlor pipes Jazz Suite No. 2 - Second Waltz Dmitri Shostakovich; arr. Alan Fernie Black Dyke Band, Nicholas J. Childs Incantation And Dance John Barnes Chance; arr. David Henderson Brass Band Of Battle Creek, Michael J. Garasi
Rikudim Four Israeli Folk Dances (1986)
I. Andante Moderato
II. Allegretto Con Eleganza
III. Andante Con Dolcezza
IV. Con Moto E Follemento Jan Van der Roost The Symphonic Band Of The Lemmens Conservatory
What are you giving thanks for this year? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we count our blessings with songs “Fanfare for Freedom” by Quincy Hilliard, “Song of Friendship” by Philip Sparke, and more. Join us here, at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Thanksgiving Hymn William Billings; arr. Walter Hartley Eastern Wind Symphony, William Silvester That's A Plenty Lew Pollack; arr. Luther Henderson Canadian Brass Friends & Colleagues Just A Closer Walk With Thee traditional; arr. Don Gillis Canadian Brass Friends & Colleagues
Peace And Light Rising Edward Knight Oklahoma State University Wind Ensemble,
Joseph Missal Here's To Your Health, Sir! John Philip Sousa The Great American Main Street Band,Timothy Foley Autumn Dream Archibald Joyce US Coast Guard Band, Commander W. Kenneth Megan Fanfare For Freedom Quincy Hilliard West Point Band, Captain Tod Addison The Spirit of Thanksgiving Robert Sheldon Southwest High School Wind Symphony, Stacey Dunn Family Album Suite
Outing In The Park; Nickelodeon;
Old Romance; Horseless Carriage Galop Morton Gould US Marine Band, Colonel Michael J. Colburn Song Of Friendship Philip Sparke The Central Band Of The Royal Air Force, Wing Commander Duncan Stubbs Jingle Bells James Pierpont Chicago Brass Quintet
On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we listen to patriotic music from our armed forces bands, with works by John Williams, Frank Ticheli, Laura Karpman, Jack Stamp, and Julie Giroux. Join us here, at the gathering place for people who love band music.
The Marines' Hymn (The U.S. Marine Song) Jacques Offenbach US Marine Band The Thunderer John Philip Sousa US Marine Band "For the 'President's Own'" John Williams US Marine Band, "The President's Own",
Lieutenant Colonel Jason Fettig Off We Go Into the Wild Blue Yonder Robert Crawford Band of the US Air Force Reserve
With Trump and Wing Jack Stamp US Air Force Heritage of America Band, Lowell Graham Anchors Aweigh Charles A. Zimmermann US Navy Band, Ralph M. Gambone Ceremonial Fanfare Aaron Copland US Navy Band, Captain Brian Walden Symphony No. 2: III. Apollo Unleashed Frank Ticheli US Navy Band, Captain George Thompson The United States Army Song
(The Army Goes Rolling Along) Edmund Gruber & Harold Arberg US Army Band, Thomas Palmatier Brass Ceiling (The Journey of General Ann Dunwoody) Laura Karpman US Army Field Band, Colonel Jim Keene Semper Paratus (The U.S. Coast Guard Song) Captain Frances Van Boskerck US Coast Guard Band Liberty Fanfare John Williams US Coast Guard Band, Commander Lewis J. Buckley From The Field To The Sky Kenneth Fuchs US Coast Guard Band,
Lieutenant Commander Adam Williamson Semper Supra (Always Above) James W. "Jamie" Teachenor, II US Air Force Band
On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we celebrate National Native American Heritage month with music written by Native American composers. We hear from Barbara Croall, Robert Tree Cody, R. Carlos Nakai, and more. Join us here, at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Native Dance 1 JM Levier, B Hatten Zaagi'idiwin Nagamon (Love Song) Barbara Croall Hannaford Street Silver Band Voices R. Carlos Nakai Apache Lullaby Michael Colgrass University of North Texas Wind Symphony,
Eugene Migliaro Corporon Grandfather's Breath Robert Tree Cody Robert Tree Cody & Will Clipman Native American Homage Kevin Mixon Belwin Concert Band Symphonic Dances - I. Comanche Ritual J. Clifton Williams Rountree Wind Symphony, Dr. Barry Ellis Above the Mother Earth Mary Youngblood Apple Island Legend (A Native American Saga) James Curnow The Symphonic Band of the Lemmens Conservatory,
Jan Van der Roost
Can something be fun and scary at the same time? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm we have a special Halloween show of fun and scary music with songs “Lost in the Funhouse,” “Sneaky Sneaky,” “Frankenstein”, and more, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Teutonic Tales - I. Demon Dance Robert W. Smith University of Texas El Paso Symphonic Winds,
Ron Hufstader Mike Roylance, solo tuba From a Dark Millennium Joseph Schwantner University of North Texas Wind Symphony,
Eugene Migliaro Corporon Frankenstein Edgar Holland Winter The US Army Band "Pershing's Own",
Colonel Andrew J. Esch Sneaky Sneaky Richard Linton Blackburn High School Symphonic Band,
Jemima Bunn Lost in the Funhouse
- I. Cheap Trills;
II. Upon Reflection;
III. Lost in the Funhouse Jeffrey Hass Ithaca College Wind Ensemble,
Stephen Peterson, Rodney Winther A Witches Sabbath from Symphonie Fantastique
(recorded in 1977) Hector Berlioz US Marine Band,
Colonel John R. Bourgeosis/Colonel Jack Kline
What do you call a piece of music that fits in between two larger works? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we take a look at intermezzos with pieces by David Holsinger, Gustav Holst, and Sergei Rachmaninoff, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
First Suite in Eb - II. Intermezzo Gustav Holst Auburn University Symphonic Band, Johnnie Vinson Intermezzo Sinfonico from "Cavalleria Rusticana" Pietro Mascagni Philharmonic Winds Osakan, Jan Van der Roost Intermezzo from "Guglielmo Ratcliff" Pietro Mascagni University of Nevada Las Vegas Wind Orchestra,
Eastern Intermezzo Percy Grainger University of Houston Wind Ensemble, Eddie Green English Folk Song Suite: Intermezzo: My Bonny Boy Ralph Vaughan Williams University of Texas Wind Ensemble, Jerry Junkin Carnaval for Brass Quintet: Intermezzo Robert Schumann/Brandon Ridenour Canadian Brass Capriccio and Intermezzo Charles L. Booker, Jr. University of Arkansas - Fort Smith Symphonic Band,
Charles L. Booker, Jr. Rosilee Walker, soloist The Crown of India, Op. 66 - Intermezzo Edward Elgar US Marine Band, Colonel Michael J. Colburn Gmyway's Revenge! - II. Intermezzo? Thoughtso! David R. Holsinger University of North Texas Symphonic Band,
Dennis Fisher Bachseits - II. Intermezzo Johannes Stert Landesblasorchester Baden-Württemberg, Björn Bus Piano Concerto No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 30 - II. Intermezzo: Adagio Sergei Rachmaninoff The Royal Symphonic Band of the Belgian Guides,
Yves Segers Liebrecht Vanbeckevoort, piano Intermezzo from "La Boda de Luis Alonso" Gerónimo Giménez US Marine Band, Timothy Foley
Have you ever played in a community band? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we explore music performed by some fantastic community ensembles, with compositions by Viet Cuong, Alfred Reed, Julie Giroux, and others, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Landscapes Rossano Galante Wind Symphony of Clovis, Christine Keenan Catclaw Mimosa Ben Hjertmann Northshore Concert Band, Mallory Thompson Just Flyin' Julie Giroux Tara Winds, Dr. Andrea Strauss Gazebo Portraits - Love Song; Promenade Charles L. Booker, Jr. River Valley Community Band, Charles L. Booker, Jr. Moth Viet Cuong Brooklyn Wind Symphony, Jeff Ball El Camino Real Alfred Reed Metropolitan Wind Symphony, Lewis J. Buckley Magnolia Star Steve Danyew The Alabama Winds, Randall Coleman Third Suite - I. March; II. Waltz; III. Rondo Robert Jager Monroe College/Community Symphony, Paul E. Stanifer
On this episode of Wind & Rhythm we celebrate Ralph Vaughan Williams’s 150th birthday with his music; Toccata Marziale, Prelude to 49th Parallel, Variations for Wind Band, and more, all right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Ralph Vaughan Williams
Flourish for Glorious John University of North Texas Wind Symphony,
Eugene Corporon Linden Lea University of North Texas Wind Symphony,
Eugene Corporon Toccata Marziale US Air Force Heritage of America Band, Lowell Graham Variations for Wind Band Eastman Wind Ensemble, Donald Hunsberger Prelude to '49th Parallel’ Fountain City Brass Band, Joseph Parisi Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis Canadian Brass Prelude on Three Welsh Hymn Tunes University of Illinois Symphonic Band,
Harry Begian, James Curnow
Music is read, and notes can sound blue, can you be inspired, by poetry too? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we listen to music inspired by poems. We hear Philip Sparke’s take on a poem by Friedrich Schiller, Lewis Buckley’s rendition of Sandburg’s “Fog,” and Valerie Coleman’s imagining of Langston Hugues, all right here, at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Portraits of Langston Valerie Coleman McGill/McHale Trio Demarre McGill, flute; Anthony McGill, clarinet; Michael McHale, piano; Mahershala Ali, reader Sandburg Reflections - II. Fog Lewis Buckley Metropolitan Wind Symphony, Lewis Buckley Lisa Williamson, mezzo-soprano The Song of the Bell After a Poem by Friedrich Schiller Philip Sparke Johan Willem Friso Band, Hans Leendners My Hands Are a City Jonathan Newman University of Georgia Wind Ensemble, John P. Lynch
On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we mark the historic change in the monarchy of Great Britain with a show dedicated to British composers. We hear music by Henry Purcell, Edward Elgar, Gustav Holst, and more, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Trumpet Tune & Ayre Henry Purcell Canadian Brass Veni Redemptor I Thomas Tallis Empire Brass Quintet and Friends
Water Music, Op. 18 - Vivace Malcolm Arnold Dallas Wind Symphony, Jerry Junkin
Matinees Musicales, After Rossini, Op. 24 - Waltz Benjamin Britten US Marine Band, John R. Bourgeois Gallimaufry - I. Church and State Guy Woolfenden University of Calgary Wind Ensemble, Glen D. Price Music for Brass and Woodwind Elizabeth Maconchy New England Conservatory Wind Ensemble,
Frank Battisti Enigma Variations - Nimrod Edward Elgar Grimethorpe Colliery RJB Band A Final Fling Philip Sparke Cory Band, Dr. Robert Childs, David Childs, euphonium Fantasia on the Dargason Gustav Holst Keystone Wind Ensemble, Jack Stamp On the Shoulders of Giants Peter Graham Fountain City Brass Band - NABBA 2011, Joseph Parisi Song of Hope Peter Meechan Fountain City Brass Band,
Joseph Parisi, Ryan Anthony, trumpet
What is your favorite wind band piece? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we share our tenth Listeners’ Choice show with music selected by you. We hear Joel Love’s “Solace” and Omar Thomas's “Emma Catherine”. Join us, right here, at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Dance of the Tumblers Nicholas Rimsky-Korsakov Detroit Concert Band, Leonard B. Smith Solace
I. Joy; II. Besieged; III. Gratitude; IV. Hiding; V. Work Joel Love US Air Force Academy Band, Larry H. Lang Cuban Overture (Rumba) George Gershwin US Coast Guard Band, Commander Kenneth Megan Emma Catherine Omar Thomas In Motus Tuba Quartet Hymn for World Peace David Maslanka Utah Wind Symphony, Scott A. Hagen
On this episode of Wind & Rhythm we mark the beginning of the school year with pieces performed by very talented high school ensembles, featuring music by Percy Grainger, Kataoka Hiroaki, Frank Ticheli, and more, here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Quicksilver William Owens Ronald Reagan High School Wind Ensemble,
Tom Bennett Phasing Thunder Brian Balmages Flower Mound High School Wind Symphony,
Extremis Randall Standridge North Hardin High School Wind Symphony,
Brian Froedge Molly on the Shore Percy Grainger, arr. Chalon Ragsdale Blackburn High School Symphonic Band,
Jermima Bunn Sea Goddess from Myth for Winds and Percussion Kataoka Hiroaki Orange County School of the Arts
Frederick Fennell Wind Ensemble, Teren Shaffer Cheerio March Edwin Franko Goldman Seika Girls High School Band, Yoshihisa Fujishige Speedway! Mark Lortz Centennial High School Wind Ensemble, David Matchim This Cruel Moon John Mackey Wylie High School Wind Symphony, Todd Dixon Forgotten Children Peter Meechan Avon High School Brass Choir,
Karl Hartman and Matthew Harloff Blue Shades Frank Ticheli Bixby High School Wind Ensemble, Jeremy Parker
On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we pay tribute to weekends and America's Labor Day, with "Saturday Night Waltz" by Aaron Copland, "Come Sunday" by Omar Thomas, and much more. Join us here, at the gathering place for people who love band music.
A Weekend in New York Philip Sparke US Army Field Band, Colonel Thomas H. Palmatier Out and Back Again - II. Sunday Afternoon Ken Benshoof University of North Texas Wind Symphony,
Eugene Migliaro Corporon Four Dance Episodes from Rodeo: Saturday Night Waltz Aaron Copland Washington Saxophone Quartet Manhattan - I. Saturday Serenade; II. Sunday Scherzo Philip Sparke Orchestra di Fiati dell'ISSM di Modena e Carpi,
Massimo Bergamini, Marco Pierobon, trumpet English Folk Song Suite - March: Seventeen Come Sunday Ralph Vaughan Williams University of Texas Wind Ensemble, Jerry Junkin Come Sunday Duke Ellington Steven Mead, euphonium On a Childhood Sunday Song David Holsinger Messiah College Wind Ensemble, Faculty Brass, & Greater Harrisburg Concert Band, William Stowman Come Sunday - I. Testimony; II. Shout! Omar Thomas Baylor University Wind Ensemble, Eric Wilson
On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we take a look back at some of the music from Season 14.We hear Duke Ellington’s “Echoes of Harlem,” a bit of Erika Svanoe’s “Steampunk Suite,” and David Maslanka’s “Mother Earth.” Won’t you join us, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
The Magnificent Seven Elmer Bernstein Philharmonic Wind Orchestra, Marc Reift The Prayer Carole Bayer Sager & David Foster Symbiosisduo (Gail Robertson, euphonium;
Stacy Baker, tuba; Alex Thio, piano) Tom Sawyer Suite - II. Huckleberry Finn
(Ring, Ring De Banjo) Franco Cesarini Civica Filarmonica Di Lugano, Franco Cesarini Chaos Theory 1.0 James Bonney Lone Star Wind Orchestra, Eugene Migliaro Corporon Fred Hamilton, electric guitar
Lament Chang Su Koh Messiah College Wind Ensemble, Bradley Genevro Root Beer Rag Billy Joel O-Zone Percussion Group, Dr. Gary J. Olmstead Echoes of Harlem Duke Ellington; Luther Henderson Canadian Brass Mother Earth David Maslanka St. Olaf Band, Timothy Mahr A Butterfly Coughs in Africa Paul Richards University of Florida Clarinet Ensemble, Mitchell Estrin Tight Squeeze Alex Shapiro DePauw University Band, Craig Paré Close Encounters of the Third Kind: Main Title Theme John Williams Gomalan Brass Quintet Six Contrary Dances - VI. Moving Right Alongo PDQ Bach (aka Peter Schickele) Turtle Mountain Naval Base Tactical Wind Ensemble (aka, The National Symphonic Winds), Lowell Graham Something Pearl Brent Michael Davids Zeitgeist Steampunk Suite - IV. Barnum & Tesla's Tandem Bicycle Erika Svanoe Showa Wind Symphony, Eugene Corporon
What tunes come to your mind when you think of the sea? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm we listen to music inspired by sailing and the seas. We hear “Atlantic Odyssey” by Philip Sparke, “Sea Songs” by Ralph Vaughan Williams, and more, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Bells Across the Atlantic Adam Gorb Lone Star Wind Orchestra, Eugene Migliaro Corporon Sea Songs Thomas Knox Keystone Wind Ensemble, John R. Bourgeois The Sea Treaders Francis McBeth US Navy Band, Francis McBeth Sea Songs Ralph Vaughan Williams University of North Texas Wind Symphony,
Eugene Migliaro Corporon Variants on an English Sea Song ("Spanish Ladies") Zachary Docter VanderCook College Symphonic Band,
Stacey Larson Dolan Atlantic Odyssey
I. Sunrise at Sea and The Ocean Awakes
II. Homeward Bound and Spindrift Philip Sparke The Concert Band of the German Armed Forces, Lieutenant Colonel Walter Ratzek
What does a painting "sound like"? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm we again listen to music inspired by paintings. We hear Johan de Meij’s take on Rembrandt’s “The Night Watch” and Ferrer Ferran’s impression of Goya’s “The Colossus.” All that and more, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Dutch Masters Suite
I. The Night Watch; III. Prince's Day Johan de Meij Orquestra de Vents Filharmonia,
Jose R. Pascual-Vilaplana
I. Intro; II. Three Pierrots; V. Kandinsky Adam Schoenberg, trans. Donald Patterson US Marine Band, Lieutenant Colonel Jason Fettig
Two-Lane Blacktop James M. David Wind Symphony of Clovis, Christine Keenan & Gary P. Gilroy, conducting
El Coloso, Sinfonía No. 4
I. Oscuridad; II. Duerme; III. La Huida; IV. El Gigante Ferrer Ferran Banda Sinfónica Juvenil Simón Bolivar, Ferrer Ferran
Have you ever wanted to go on an island vacation? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we'll hear songs about islands and island life, including “Goddess of Fire” by Steven Reineke, “Bali” by Michael Colgrass, and “Caribbean Concerto” by Kees Vlak. Join us right here, at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Bali Ha'i Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II Empire Brass The Island of Obsession Thomas Bourgault University of New Hampshire Wind Symphony,
Andrew Boysen, Jr. The Isle of Mull Kenneth Downie Yorkshire Building Society Band, David King Peter Roberts soprano cornet Bali Michael Colgrass University of North Texas Wind Symphony,
Eugene Migliaro Corporon Goddess of Fire Steven Reineke Alvdal-Tynset Janisjar, Nils Graftås Summer Isles -
Euphonium Solo from Hymn of the Highlands Philip Sparke The XBY Concert Band, Dennis Mycroft David Childs solo euphonium Caribbean Concerto -
I. St. Eustatius; II. Saba; III. St. Maarten Kees Vlak Harmonie De Charlesbourg, François Dorion
Can you name a musical form characterized by variations over a repeated theme, usually a ground base? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm we listen to passacaglias, with examples by Ron Nelson, Gustav Holst, and J.S. Bach. Join us right here, at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Passacaglia And Fugue In C Minor Johann Sebastian Bach, arr. Donald Hunsberger Oklahoma State University Wind Ensemble,
Joseph Missal Passacaglia and Interlude Gerald Sebesky University of North Texas Symphonic Band,
Dennis Fisher Passacaglia for Symphonic Band Bin Kaneda Philharmonic Winds Osakan, Hiroshi Hoshina Passacaglia (Homage on B-A-C-H) Ron Nelson Dallas Wind Symphony, Jerry Junkin Ancient Airs and Dances - 4. Passacaglia Ottorino Respighi Washington Symphonic Brass, Milton Stevens Concerto Grosso - Passacaglia Trygve Madsen West Point Band, Colonel Thomas Rotondi, Jr. 1st Suite in Eb Major for Military Band, Op 28, #1
I. Chaconne Gustav Holst Eastman Wind Ensemble, Donald Hunsberger
On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we travel to the Land of the Rising Sun for works written by Japanese composers. We hear “The Cherry Blossom Fantasy” by Hirokazu Fukushima, “Gloriosa” by Yasuhide Ito, and more, all right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
A Prelude to the Shining Day Yo Goto Philharmonic Winds Osakan, Kimura Yoshihiro Lament Chang Su Koh Messiah College Wind Ensemble, Bradley Genevro MEGA Small Band Rika Ishige Japan Air Self-Defense Force Central Band,
Kaoru Urakawa Mont Fuji Toshiro Mashima Showa Wind Symphony, Shintaro Fukumoto The Cherry Blossom Fantasy Hirokazu Fukushima Philharmonic Winds Osakan, Kimura Yoshihiro Gloriosa - I. Oratio; II. Cantus; III. Dies Festus Yasuhide Ito St. Olaf Band, Timothy Mahr
Do you have friends in low places? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we listen to music featuring the tuba and euphonium. We’ll hear tubists Øystein Baadsvik, and Velvet Brown, as well as euphoniumists Demondrae Thurman, Steven Mead and more, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Entrance and Polka of the Euphonium Players Fucik & anon/D.H.Carrol/arr. Luis Maldonado Steven Mead, euphonium (multitrack) A Eupher's Dream Gail Robertson Steven Mead, euphonium (multitrack) Three Ludes for Tuba
- I. Prelude; II. Interlude; III. Postlude Robert Jager Symphonia, R. Winston Morris;
Daniel Perantoni, solo tuba
Bass in the Ballroom Roy Newsome Fanfare Band of the Royal Netherlands Army
"Mounted Regiments", Tijmen Botma; Øystein Baadsvik, tuba Tuba Concerto: Allegro Giosco Edward Gregson University of Arkansas Wind Symphony, W. Dale Warren;
Kabin Thomas, tuba soloist Pavane, Op. 50 / Whisper of Angels Gabriel Fauré/Amy Sky; arr. Gail Robertson Symbiosisduo (Gail Robertson, euphonium;
Stacy Baker, tuba; Alex Thio, piano;
Deborah Eastwood, trumpet/cornet/flugelhorn) Insinuações (Innuendo) Anne Victorino d'Almeida Demondrae Thurman, euphonium
& Kathryn Fouse, piano Sonata for Tuba and Piano - I. Calm and Flowing Anthony Plog Velvet Brown, tuba; Margaret McDonald, piano Killing Me Softly With His Song Charles Fox, Norman Gimbel, Lori Lieberman Tubas Unlimited, R. Winston Morris Bravura Peter Graham Black Dyke Band, Peter Graham;
David Thornton, euphonium
How much do you like math? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we listen to the intersection of math and music with works from James Bonney’s concerto for electric guitar and wind band entitled “Chaos Theory.” Join us, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Prism Master Sergeant Steve Shafer US Air Force Band of the Rockies, Colonel H. Bruce Gilkes Music of the Spheres Philip Sparke Philharmonic Winds Osakan, Yasufumi Tokito Fractalia Owen Clayton Condon Third Coast Percussion
I. Quadratic Permutations
II. Pentangular Concoction
III. Hexagonal Undulations
IV. Heptomical Infusions Roger Cichy Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Wind Symphony, John Raymond Bell
Chaos Theory - I. 1.0; II. 2.0; III. 3.0 James Bonney Lone Star Wind Orchestra, Eugene Migliaro Corporon Fred Hamilton, electric guitar
How are you celebrating the USA's 4th of July? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we celebrate the US Independence with music about America. We’ll hear “A George M. Cohan Salute”, “National Emblem March”, and “Echoes of Harlem” by Duke Ellington, all right here, at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Trilogy Americana Stephan Bulla Dutch National Youth Concert Band, Alex Schillings National Emblem March Edwin Eugene Bagley US Army Band, Gary Lamb American Folk Suite arr. Machala US Army Field Band Echoes of Harlem Duke Ellington; Luther Henderson Canadian Brass American Medley of Old Memories John Denver, Bill Danoff, Taffy Nivert,
Pee Wee King & Redd Stewart Siena Wind Orchestra American Overture for Band Joseph Wilcox Jenkins US Army Field Band, Colonel Finley R. Hamilton Marche Americana Søren Hyldgaard The Danish Concert Band, Jørgen Misser Jensen On an American Spiritual David Holsinger Concordia University Chicago Wind Symphony,
Richard R. Fischer An American Elegy Frank Ticheli Michigan State University Wind Symphony, John Whitwell A George M. Cohan Salute George M. Cohen; arr. Howard Cable Canadian Brass
On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we celebrate the 111th birthday of composer Alan Hovhaness; a pivotal composer fusing eastern and western musical traditions. He was a “spiritual minimalist", and we’ll hear his Symphonies 4 and 53, as well as, “Prayer of St. Gregory” right here, at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Tapor No.1 Rutgers University Wind Ensemble, William Berz
Symphony No. 4
III. Andante espressivo Eastman Wind Ensemble, A. Clyde Roller
Symphony No. 53, "Star Dawn"
I. Maestoso sostenuto
II. Moderato sostenuto con molta espressione Ohio State University Concert Band, Keith Brion
Prayer of St. Gregory for Trumpet & Organ, Op 62b Wynton Marsalis & Anthony Newman
Return and Rebuild the Desolate Places, Op 213
II. Adagio Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama
Wind Orchestra, Keith Brion
On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we have a special Father's Day episode with pieces dedicated to dads, like “My Italian Heart” by Allen Vizzutti, “As the Fireflies Watched” by James Stephenson, and “In Praise of Gentle Pioneers” by David Holsinger, all right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
My Italian Heart Allen Vizzutti Utah Wind Symphony, Scott Hagen Allen Vizzutti, trumpet
As the Fireflies Watched
No. 1, Dusk;
No. 2, The Gift;
No. 3, In Another Life;
No. 4, Pavane James M. Stephenson Western Illinois University Faculty Chamber Players
& Chamber Winds, Mike Fansler, conductor; Garrett Johannsen, vocalist
Lament and Jig for Mickey Gary P. Gilroy GPG Music Ensemble Firefly Ryan George University of North Texas Wind Symphony,
Eugene Migliaro Corporon In Praise of Gentle Pioneers David R. Holsinger University of North Texas Symphonic Band,
Dennis Fisher J.R. (Live) Kevin Day Texas Christian University Wind Symphony,
Brian Youngblood Amaya Aguilar, soprano; Andrew Curtis, baritone
On this next episode of Wind & Rhythm we listen to music with a sense of humor. We’ll hear Scott McAllister’s “Popcopy,” with movements like “More Cowbell,” as well as some unfortunate selections from PDQ Bach. Join us here, at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Be a Clown Cole Porter Britannia Building Society Band, Howard Snell LOL (Laugh Out Loud) Robert Buckley Kell High School Wind Ensemble, David Roth
Six Contrary Dances
I. Maestoso Animoso
III. Allegro, But Not Too Mucho
IV. Molto Moderato
V. Vivace Cucarace
VI. Moving Right Alongo PDQ Bach (aka Peter Schickele) Turtle Mountain Naval Base Tactical Wind Ensemble (aka, The National Symphonic Winds), Lowell Graham
"Tricked Out" Trombones various, arr. SGM Paul Murtha US Army Concert Band, Colonel Thomas Rotondi, Jr. The Devil Went Down to Nola Charlie Daniels, arr. Funky Butt Brass Band Funky Butt Brass Band Famishius Fantasticus Michael Markowski Brooklyn Wind Symphony, Jeff Ball Tuba Tiger Rag Harry De Costa, arr. Luther Henderson Canadian Brass
I. More Cowbell
II. One Time at Band Camp
III. Serenity Now Scott McAllister University of North Texas Wind Symphony,
Eugene Migliaro Corporon
Gee Officer Krupke Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, arr. Jim Prime Blast!